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carey mulligan

Carey Mulligan’s glossy brown dusted with golden caramel tips isn’t just pretty, it’s decadent. The hues are reminiscent of an artisanal chocolate treat. The warmth of the colors gives them a bit of softness so they accentuate Mulligan’s pale skin without washing her out. The color also matches the tones of her eyes, creating a soft, monochrome effect. Get the formula for this delicious shade in the notes. –– Laura Martin

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toffee

Toffee is like caramel’s sophisticated cousin: sweet but also smoky, buttery, and crunchy. This toffee hue has a caramel base, but it’s twined with buttery highlights and smokey lowlights for a rich dimensional gold. The shade is especially striking when paired with blue eyes. Read on for the professional formulation. –– Laura Martin

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austalien

This shade of vibrant golden orange is named for the Australian Outback. It captures the vivid warmth of desert sun, and the vibrant hue of red sand. It’s a color at once earthy and unreal, an exotic shade that recalls spices and exotic flora. Get the professional formula in the style notes.–Laura Martin 

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dust inspired

When viewed from space, Mars is a mottled blend of peach, terra cotta, and amber hues. Carl Sagan once said of Mars that it was a “mythic arena onto which we have projected our earthly hopes and fears.” It’s a mysterious planet that has inspired wonder since ancient times. Bringing it’s blend of red hues to hair gives your strands an unearthly beauty. Get the formulas for this mystical shade in the style notes.

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The warm, spicy hue of a mustard seed is a lovely, earth copper gold. It’s a sun-drenched shade, one that feels just right paired with a dusting of freckles or the first rosy glow of spring cheek color. It’s a natural looking highlight for dark blonde and light brown shades, or a beautiful single process. It’s especially flattering paired with pale blue or gray eyes, which look against the warm color. Click the style notes for the formula and tips on application. –– Laura Martin

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